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About Moscow

Russia's capital city of Moscow is a metropolis with more than 800 years of history. The record book of the city's years contains many splendid chapters, each of which has left an indelible mark on the city's landscape in the form of magnificent buildings, parks and palaces. Red Square and the Kremlin, at the center of the city, are world-renowned symbols of Russia. Moscow is also a city with a strong cultural and artistic atmosphere. The countless art galleries will make any art lover's heart jump for joy. The works of the masters such as Ilya Repin and Vincent van Gogh can be seen in the Tretyakov Gallery and the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts.

Popular Attractions in Moscow

The Moscow Kremlin
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UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site  
The Kremlin is located in the heart of Moscow and serves as the presidential residence. The word Kremlin means “fortress inside a city” in Russian. It is the heart of the country’s capital and was once the site of the Imperial Palace of Russia. Inside the thick palace walls lies the magnificent architectural complex that was once the palace of the Tsars, as well as the Cathedral of the Archangel where the remains of many past Tsars rest, where members of the royal family were married and baptized and which was the site of each Tsar’s coronation ceremony. Dormition Cathedral is home to the ancient clock tower of Ivan the Terrible, the State Armory, as well as the Presidential Palace and the Grand Auditorium built in the Soviet era.
Red Square
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Red Square is the central square of Moscow and the world-renowned symbol of Russia. It is the site of several national military parades and major festivals throughout the year. Many tourist attractions are situated around Red Square, including the State Historical Museum to the north, GUM shopping complex in the east, St. Basil’s Cathedral in the south and Lenin Mausoleum and The Kremlin in the west. Visiting these attractions is a great way to gain a deeper understanding of Russia’s rich history and culture.
The Cathedral of Vasily the Blessed
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The Cathedral of Vasily the Blessed, better known as Saint Basil’s Cathedral, is one of Russia’s most prestigious churches. It is an exquisite Orthodox church, famous for its nine spires of different shapes and colors, one of the most breathtaking sights in Moscow. It is now part of the State Historical Museum in accordance with the program of state atheism and is home to a number of fine murals and other works of art.
University of Moscow
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Moscow University is located on the south bank of the Moscow River. In this comprehensive university, its unique school of science education has long been famous in the world. Known for its typical Stalin-style buildings. There are statues of famous Russian scholars in front of the building. These statues include the founder of Lomonosov, standing in front of the main building and echoing the library.


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Spanning nearly two continents and 11 time zones, Russia is country full of wonder and surprise. The Russian Far East and Siberia are synonymous with remoteness, while St. Petersburg’s elegance evokes memories of long lost Czars. Moscow’s Kremlin and St. Basil’s Cathedral are quintessential symbols of this enormous country.
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When I entered it was not necessary to buy an admission ticket. The entrance to Novodevichy Cemetery was quite unremarkable, the quiet outdoor space featuring springtime was in full bloom. The quietude and the smell of flowers was quite a surprise. It was like opening up a Russian history book, since this palace of art contains 26,000 significant individuals from all levels who contributed deeply to the historical development of Russia, who now lie in eternal rest. They are the pride of Russia, and include politicians, authors, artists, scientists, famous physicians, merchants, and heroic sons and daughters. Each person, whether great or small, each has a statue that wordlessly explains their work and contributions, describing the most beautiful aspects of their lives to visitors. Even though I don’t read Russian, through this unique form of funerary art, I was able to broadly guess at the faded war glories of Tsarist Russia along with many bygone events of great oppression. The beauty, sadness, and quiet of the cemetery made me understand the phrase “Death is just as sacred as life,” since this place is not a symbol of the end of life but rather is spiritual home where the soul is purified, and a total transformation occurs. In using their art to morn an individual, the artists have marvelously added to life; you will praise tongue in cheek the Russian statue designers, who used artistic techniques according to the intentions of the deceased and combined that person’s identity, personality, and monument to make an original and ingenuous fusion. It can absolutely be said that this is one of the great 3 famous European cemeteries, along with the Central Cemetery of Vienna (Wiener Zentralfriedhof) and the Père Lachaise Cemetery of Paris.
Posted: 18 Aug 2019